Oct 26, 2012 11:35pm EDT
for the worst, up and down the eastern seaboard. in norfolk, the navy ordered 23 ships to leave port immediately. on the jersey shore, people are stocking up on essentials, including those generators. and in new york city, major bloomberg warned he may have to shut down the subway because it might flood. >> there is a possibility that the mta would have to stop serving, remove their buses and trains. >> reporter: the storm is also wreaking havoc on the presidential race, with the candidates already beginning to cancel events. it has all the makings of a nightmare before halloween. for "nightline," i'm ginger zee in cocoa beach, florida. >> our thanks to ginger zee. "gma" will have the latest in the morning. >>> but now, we turn to our special report, a rare look inside the secret world of the kkk. for those of you who think burning crosses and hooded rallies are relative of the civil rights era, think again. hate groups in america have doubled in the past decade and it may surprise you who is among their ranks and what their agenda is. inside the new kkk. >> forward, march. >> reporter: in a for
Oct 27, 2012 8:00am EDT
the entire navy fleet in norfolk is now under sail. and 23 ships steaming out of port and harm's way. and officials are closely watching the eight refineries in the storm's path. the hybrid storm already churning up potentially deadly surf here in north carolina. raising red flag warnings. >> it's crazy. never seen a storm this late in the season. >> reporter: cutting short vacations. and sending tourists streaming from the outer banks to higher ground. and locals, to stores to stock up on supplies. and we are already starting to hear reports of people buying out generators. even shortages of water in some places. and because this is such a massive system moving in, the national guard has said it is ready with 61,000 troops, guardsmen available, if they are needed to be called up. ginger? >> matt, let's get straight to that tropical storm watch and warning. this is what people need to know this morning. this is what the storm is going to do to you. from central florida all the way up through the carolinas. the watches and warnings for 40-mile-per-hour to 50-mile-per-hour gusts. that'
Nov 2, 2012 4:00am EDT
by tomorrow. on top of that, three navy ships, loaded with supplies, arrived here in new york later today. all of this adds up, of course, to a difficult situation. as abc's tahman bradley now shows us. >> reporter: sandy may be gone. but frustration in parts of new york is growing. >> we're going to die. we're going to freeze. we have 90-year-old people. >> reporter: in this manhattan neighborhood, recovery continues at a slow pace. residents feel like they've been forgotten. >> they have no value. they see other areas are being taken care of. and they totally overlooked us. >> reporter: hundreds showed up for food from local churches and aid organizations. >> all of the food had to be thrown out of the refrigerator. this is very needed right now. >> reporter: it was another night of darkness and cold for staten island. thousands without power. many homeless. among them, mike abruzzo and his family. >> today, i want to go home. it will be a while, honey. she don't understand. she's 6. >> reporter: transportation is still a nightmare. desperate drivers waited in lines miles deep to get gas. an
Nov 2, 2012 12:00am EDT
grandfather max drove a cab and spread, from what i understand, was a navy man and gave a lot of people, mostly by the bell parkway, syphilis. >> jimmy: i did not know that. >> family lore. >> and i am one of his bastard children. >> we always used to come out here to see them. it's great. i love this town. >> jimmy: stephen, you have any -- >> i've been to brooklyn before. >> jimmy: you have. >> his people are the people that let my people into the country. his people, they were -- >> i think we were the ones that tried to keep you out. >> i knew it was one or the other. i knew they met us at the dock. i just wasn't sure if they gave us one of these or one of these. >> my earliest new york relative got off the boat the day before the draft riot in 1863. they were irish potato famine people. they said, immediately, let's burn this mother down. >> jimmy: who do you think is going to win the election? >> i think jon is. i think it's jon. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: out of the two guys that are running. >> i'll be honest with you, i have not been following it. [ laughter ] so, i'm --